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Sully Baseball Podcast Rewind - January 24, 2015

On January 24, 2015, I talked about Ryan Vogelsong, Ichiro Suzuki and why Deflategate is more fun than other sports scandals.

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A Hall of a Career for Ichiro and Albert

One of the many ways baseball is best of the four “main” team sports in North America is how they keep fan interest high in the off-season. 1,076 more words

December 18: Top Ten Most Likely Active Hall of Famers

Top Ten Most Likely Active Hall of Famers:

  1. Ichiro Suzuki

The only question is “what exact date does he get hit #3000?”  Then the formality of enshrinement will then be dictated on when he finally decides to hang up the cleats, which if he had his way he’d play into his 50s. 438 more words


September 2015 - Major League Score, 'x' 2!

All good things must come to an end, and our first full season of collecting lineup cards would end in September.  But we managed to go out with a bang! 488 more words

Burning Money: A Look At Free Agency Highs-and-Lows Since 2000

Without fail, November and December remind me each and every year why baseball is the greatest sport on the face of the earth. While some sports fall off during the ‘offseason,’ the hot stove is white-hot by this point and the trade rumors are swirling as much as the snow is here in the Windy City. 910 more words


MLB 162 Game Format Should Be Changed To 154 Games: More Interleague + Less Division Games

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TV Contracts aside, this will never happen.  But baseball should really grandfather in the schedule to be peeled back to 154 Games from the end of the contract of the last year on a deal with a network right now. 718 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - November 20, 2015

Josh Donaldson was a deserving MVP, but could the A’s wind up looking good in the long run? They had better hope so.

Plus the combination of Bryce Harper and Mike Trout is unique… maybe even historic. 35 more words

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